10 edition of Deficit hysteria found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -142) and index.
|LC Classifications||HJ2051 .B46 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||98014926|
He has published several books, including Deficit Hysteria: A Common Sense Look at America's Rush to Balance the Budget (), and Social Security Under 5/5(8). Tomorrow, just in time for the Catfood Commission's report, I'll write a bit about the forces behind the deficit-debt hysteria, followed by a discussion of how we can get money that we need.
The Nation: Debunking The Deficit Hysteria In a CBS poll taken toward the end of last year, 56 percent of Americans said creating jobs was their top priority for the new Congress, while only 4. Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman argues in his new book, “End This Depression Now!”, that the hysteria over the deficit will constrain an economic recovery in a time of high.
The painful price of deficit hysteria For decades, the right has used debt fears to attack the social safety net -- while Democrats have played along His most recent books are Jimmy Carter Author: Julian Zelizer. The book Mediathink, James Winter is published by Black Rose Books. The book Mediathink, James Winter is published by Black Rose Books. All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK Deficit hysteria is also a generalized strategy for reducing the role of government in society, increasing unemployment, driving down wages.
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"Deficit Hysteria is a badly needed book. In the clearest and simplest prose, Arthur Benavie explains why the word 'deficit' sends chills up our national spine, and he shows us how we can get rid of those chills by learning what deficits are--and are not.
I wish this book could be made compulsory reading for every by: 3. Deficit hysteria: a common sense look at America's rush to balance the budget The political consensus in the United States today is that the nation should avoid deficit spending. But as virtuous and unassailable as that goal sounds, it has fallacies and dangers.
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[Arthur Benavie] -- The political consensus in the United States today is that the nation should avoid deficit spending. But as virtuous and unassailable as that goal sounds, it has fallacies and dangers. Benavie shows. He has published several books, including Deficit Hysteria: A Common Sense Look at America's Rush to Balance the Budget (), and Social Security Under the Gun ().
The deficit hawks are hoping to revive the hysteria they created in the ’90s. But let’s not be duped again. This time, let’s pay attention to a true debt story — the story of how we ran up a.
Books shelved as hysteria: The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Dora: An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria by Sigmund Freud, Studies in Hysteria by Josef Breuer. Deficit Hysteria: A Common Sense Look at America s Rush to Balance the Budget (Greenwood Press. How UK deficit hysteria began Laura Basu has a good book just out on UK media coverage of events from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) untilwhich I have reviewed for Open Democracy.
Among other things, it tells the story of how what Mark Blyth calls the ‘biggest bait and switch in history’ happened in the : Mainly Macro.
T he H1N1 of the economy: It's baaack, the bogeyman of the s and, before that, the s: deficit out the old Halloween masks. What's remarkable is how common sense - Author: Rick Salutin.
Hysteria book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mallory killed her boyfriend, Brian. She can't remember the details of th /5. The Deficit:Hysteria and the Current Crisis Posted on Octo by haroldchorneyeconomist DeficitPapers-Chapter 2 – This essay originally written in and the introduction to it () was reprinted in my book with Phillip Hansen Toward a Humanist Political Economy published in COVID Resources.
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This post is entitled ‘Deficit hysteria’, but you don’t actually refer to any hysteria, or even imply that anyone is hysterical. Who is behind this ‘scare story’, and why is it a scare story anyway – because Paul ‘Commie’ Krugman thinks deficits don’t matter.
Good Deficits: Protecting the Public Interest from Deficit Hysteria Neil H. Buchanan * Cornell Law School Myron Taylor Hall Ithaca, New York () [email protected] * Visiting Scholar, Cornell Law School, and Associate Professor, The George Washington University Law School.
Arthur Benavie's purpose inDeficit Hysteria  is to argue how the U.S. aversion to deficits in the federal government's budget has been misguided. Chapter 2 ranges far and wide but basically consists of the argument that, left to itself, the private macroeconomy may fail to generate sufficient aggregate demand to provide full employment, and at such times, increased federal Author: Mark L.
Ladenson. Many writers, including the consistently sharp Chris Hayes of The Nation, are decrying what they see as anti-deficit hysteria. My sense is that anti-deficit hysteria is not a fair characterization.
Julian E. Zelizer, a history professor at Princeton University, is the author of "Jimmy Carter," "Arsenal of Democracy," and the editor of "The Presidency of George W.
Bush. Regardless of the. The problem is the selectivity of deficit hysteria, which somehow kicks in only when a Democrat is president or progressives propose spending. Shooting the Hippo tells the story of how neoliberal elites manufactured a s deficit crisis to justify their call for massive cuts to Canada’s social programs.
The book received huge public attention. It stood atop The Globe and Mail national best-seller list for ten weeks, and remained on the list for 26 weeks. It was shortlisted for the Governor General’s award. DEFICIT HYSTERIA Keynesianism.
Since my work is discussed in one of these books and targeted indi rectly in the other, let me be up-front about my interest in the matter. By all means buy both books if you can and make up your own mind. The academic book by Tim Lewis, In the Long Run We are All Dead: The Canadian Turn to Fiscal Restraint, is.
It’s an easy and effective political hit, but it also runs the risk of validating the bullshit premise underlying fake-deficit hysteria: that the debt must be urgently addressed.
After all, if it’s a problem that Republicans, once again, blew up the debt, shouldn’t a responsible party make a priority of balancing the books?Media Deficit Hysteria Invades the Presidential Campaign.
The smog of decades-old fiscal wars crept into the final debate — and the folks who want to cut Social Security managed to sneak in.